Pop duo Neon Dreams to embark on Atlantic bubble tour as more performers look indoors
|Toronto Star 24 Sep 2020 at 11:45|
The Juno-winning pop duo is set to embark on a 10-date string of concerts within the Atlantic bubble, starting in their Halifax hometown on Nov. 13.
The move comes as some mainstream Canadian artists consider ways to hit the road for physically distanced indoor concerts as the cooler months make drive-ins less attractive.
Chantal Kreviazuk also recently added 11 new tour dates to her website.
She is playing two limited-capacity indoor shows in Sidney, B.C. on Sunday and Monday, before moving onto other provinces, with stops in Saskatchewan and Ontario that run through mid-October.
In the case of Neon Dreams, they will be touring only the Atlantic provinces, which carry strict rules around travellers from outside the region to prevent the spread of the virus.
They’ve booked two nights in New Brunswick: Moncton on Nov. 15 and Fredericton on Nov. 16.
After that, the pair head to Newfoundland and Labrador for the remaining seven dates, which include stops in St. John’s (Nov. 19), Gander (Nov. 25) and Corner Brook (Nov. 28).